D-Photon 2018 will be held at the Multimedia Room, Polytechnic University of Bari, located in Via Giovanni Amendola, 126 - 70126, Bari (BA).

The Polytechnic University of Bari is highly accessible by public transport. Local buses (AMTAB) offer a frequent and convenient way of travelling to and from campus. There are regular bus services from the city centre and the train station (Bari Centrale).


Bari is filled with historical sights and cultural events. It is always offering a very rich program of events.

We wish to recommend some historical sights:
[By Berthold Werner, CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons]

Cathedral of St. Sabinus

A few steps from the castle, right at the entrance to Bari's old town, the metropolitan cathedral of St. Sabinus is an historical episcopal see whose firm and harmonious lines reflect the architecture of the nearby Basilica of St. Nicholas. Built in the 13th century, it represents an extraordinary example of Apulian Romanesque architecture, in whose basement are kept precious archaeological finds, such as the ruins of a civic building of Roman age, a three-nave early christian basilica and a small Byzantine church.

Teatro Petruzzelli

The most prestigious cultural building in Bari and Puglia, the Teatro Petruzzelli is Italy’s fourth biggest theatre and the largest private theatre in Europe. Placed on Corso Cavour, in the heart of the city, it's not far from the Palazzo dell’Acquedotto Pugliese (Apulian Aqueduct). Inaugurated in 1903, it was destroyed by an arson attack in 1991 and reconstructed in 2009, acquiring again its former splendour.

The building's Umbertino style, a typical Italian style of the late 19th century, fits harmoniously with the rest of the Murat district, the newer part of town. The Fondazione Lirico Sinfonica Petruzzelli oversees the rich artistic program of the theatre, which can seat up to 1,500 spectators.

Basilica of Saint Nicholas

The Basilica of St. Nicholas was built in 11th century to venerate the relics of St. Nicholas in Romanesque-style basilica. It is located within the fortified ancient city.

Margherita Theatre

The Margherita Theatre was built, on pillars grounded directly in the sea, the construction work in Liberty Style started on 1912 and ended on 1914, close to the old port.